Dpga celebrated Environmental week from 25th to 29th June,2018 to sensitize the students towards the need to protect the environment from plastic and to promote love for environment among children.
To achieve this objective a plethora of activities on the theme “Say NO to PLASTIC” were organised for students of classes.
The students of Dr. Pillai Academy, Gorai, had an unusual opportunity to witness the educational Movies organised by the renowned T.V. channel “National Geographic”. The movies titled ‘Mysteries of the Unseen World’ and ‘Asteroid – Mission Extreme’ respectively, aroused the curiosity of the students to an incredible extent.
The History-Geography Day was conducted on 29th January, 2016. It was a spectacular presentation. Each class presented a History or Geography topic in the form of art and craft models and through songs and dances. The students were dressed as per their themes. They explained to the other students what their model depicted.
30th January, 2015 saw 57 students and 6 teachers assemble at the Chatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport to begin their 4 day educational trip to Ooty – Mysore – Banglore.
“Give and you shall receive”
The DPGA, Gorai family (management, teachers, students and parents) had organized various programmes and competitions from time to time to generate funds. These funds will be donated from time to time to support homes, orphanages etc.
A week long school trip was organized in mid September to Delhi – Jim Corbett National Park and Nainital. It was a fun filled trip away from school and home where students had the opportunity to learn in a totally different environment. They learnt to look after themselves and their belongings away from the supervision of their parents.
The O3 Activity was conducted by the students of Dr. Pillai Global Academy, Gorai. It was aimed at creating an awareness on how we can save our ozone in our own little way, by adopting simple measures such as saving electricity, turning off the taps when not in use keeping the environment clean, using carpools etc.
Origami is an interesting and challenging paper craft. Ori means folding and gami means paper. It is basically a Japanese art. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of paper into finished sculpture. This must be done without cutting or gluing the paper. IB Students made paper sea-horses, frogs, flowers like Rose, lily, lotus, kusudama etc.
Here at DPGA, we have tied up with the “Baichung Bhutia Academy” to teach our kids to experience the joy of playing football. It has been our distinct pleasure to conduct a press conference during the inauguration of Baichung Bhutia School, where Mr. Baichung Bhutia was the chief guest.